Online Klartraumexperiment - Auch Nicht-Klarträumer sind gefragt!

Datum30. Sep. 2013
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Tadas Stumbrys, den ich im Schlaflabor bereits kennenlernen durfte, startet ein neues Klartraumexperiment. Diesmal muss man nicht nach Mannheim, man kann das Experiment online absolvieren:


Lucid dreamers wanted for an online motor learning experiment (non-lucid dreamers can participate too!)

Dear dream enthusiasts,

We, lucid dream researchers at Heidelberg University in Germany, are starting a new online study on motor learning in lucid dreams and are looking for participants.

Lucid dreams are dreams in which the dreamer is aware that he or she is dreaming and can influence dream content.

Firstly, we are looking for frequent lucid dreamers (who have lucid dreams a few times a month or more often). They will be asked to practice a simple motor task (finger tapping) in their lucid dream for as long as they can.

Further, we will be looking for other participants who are not necessary lucid dreamers. They will be assigned to one of three our other groups: (1) physical practice group, (2) mental practice group or (3) no practice group. Participants in physical or mental practice groups will be asked to practice the motor task either physically or just in their minds after awakening at a certain time during the night. Participants in the no practice group will not need to do any practice.

All participants will be asked to do a brief pre-test of the motor task in the evening and a brief post-test in the morning.

If you are interested to participate, please fill an initial questionnaire: Further information will be sent by email.

Please note that initially we are recruiting frequent lucid dreamers. Participants in other three groups will start the experiment a bit later (however you can register and fill the initial questionnaire right now, we will just send you the information later!)

If you have any questions, please contact

Thank you very much for your help in advancing lucid dream research! It is very much needed and appreciated!

Tadas Stumbrys
Heidelberg University